Student in the U.S going to a non-target university. I recently got an unconditional offer to study abroad at LSE and was wondering if it's worth it to go?
From what I have heard from alumni at my school, LSE makes you stand out on your resume and helps you get rid of the "non-target curse" to some extent. However, at the same time, the con is that it gets very expensive to study abroad there, and as a first-generation student myself, my financial resources are limited.
Do you still think going to LSE is worth it? The program offered at my school is for an entire academic year only.